I, for one, welcome the return of our Azhdarchid overlords

Recent examination of their fossils suggests some of them grew to become nightmarish giant land predators, roaming the prehistoric islands of Transylvania.

"These azhdarchids were giraffe-sized, quadrupedal Panzer-storks," Witton vividly described to me the animals he specialises in. "We have to look at the smaller, two to five metre wingspan azhdarchids, for clues to the life appearance of the big ones, but multiplying their well-known anatomy across to our giant remains creates some pretty awesome animals."

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3 Responses:

  1. You had me at 'nightmarish giant land predators'.

  2. mspong says:

    "...scratched on a canvas, spewed from the fantastical mind of a troubled artist." Thank you Mr Lovecraft!

  3. Philip Guenther says:

    "roaming Transylvania"? Oh right, that was why Hitler sent his 2nd Necromancy Corp down there, to 'raise' some Panzer-stork battalions. That moment in Downfall when he's told that no, they won't be there to plug the gap in the defense of Berlin because the necromancers had been eaten by the Azhdarchids that they had raised, leading to Hitler's rant "Do not call up that which you cannot put down!", was chilling.

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